Sacha Clematis (Clematis Sacha Evipo060)Sacha Clematis (Clematis Sacha Evipo060)

Sacha Clematis Plants

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Boulevard Patio Collection

  • Size: 1m
  • Colour: Purple
  • Scent: None/Light
  • Flowering: Late May-Oct
  • Type: Late large-flowered
  • Habit: Shrub
  • Pruning group 3
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Clematis Sacha, Boulevard Patio Collection

Splendid big purple flowers with a slightly wrinkled texture over a solid season from late May to October on a compact plant ideal for patios. To 1m

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Delivery season: Clematis are delivered in pots year round, when in stock. It is usually best not to plant out pot grown plants in winter, but to keep them until Spring, because they will establish faster in warm soil and give you better first year growth.
Choosing a size: Small plants are cheaper and more forgiving of less than ideal aftercare, so they are best for a big planting project. If instant impact is your priority, or if you are only buying a few plants for ornamental use in a place where it is convenient to water them well in their first year, then you may as well use bigger ones. All our climbing plants come in standard pot sizes.


  • Size: 1m
  • Colour: Purple
  • Scent: None/Light
  • Flowering: Late May-Oct
  • Type: Late large-flowered
  • Habit: Shrub
  • Pruning group 3

Growing Sacha Clematis

It will be happiest in alkaline or neutral soil. Fully hardy, it is best to plant it out of full sun in the Southern half of the island, because too much sun, especially at midday, tends to fade the colour.

Did You Know?

Part of the Boulevard collection by Raymond Evison and Poulsen Nursery, which are either very low climbers, or dwarf varieties that grow like a shrub. All of them are great for pots and patios. Introduced 2017.

Sacha is an Eastern European and Russian contraction of Alexander (Aleksandr), pretty much equivalent to Alex in English; both names mean 'defender', which is a little ironic in the case of Alexander the Great, who defended Macedon so well that he invaded India. In some countries it is a nickname, and in others a proper name.

Planting Instructions

In the first spring after planting, cut all stems back to 30cm. Pruning is not necessary in subsequent years, but cutting back dead and damaged stems will keep the plant tidy and encourage vigorous new growth.